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! >> in a nondescript t-shirt at a nondescript desk, mark zuckerberg runs a vast global empire, leading the whole internet in his direction. is the goal for you to conquer the whole internet? to own the internet? >> well, think about it like this. people--if they can use a product of any category--photos, music, tv, anything--either by themselves or with their friends... >> mm-hmm. >> i think most of the time, people want to do those things with their friends, so-- >> so is the answer "yes"? [ticking] you describe bill gates in very harsh terms. um, you've described him as being quite abusive. i mean, it's not a pretty picture. >> and i felt like when i wrote it, i should just tell it like it happened, in an unvarnished way, warts and all. >> you'll hear how the two high school buddies who started microsoft and a computer revolution had some pretty trying times along the way. do you think he came to think that you weren't working as hard as he was and it became a source of resentment with him? >> well, i think he was always pushing people to work as hard as they possibly could. >> you included. >
from mark zuckerberg this week. he changed the world once and he wants to do it again. >> it's obvious to look at this, the growing market and the growing space, and mark zuckerberg says it's not about making money for him, it's literally about changing the world. here we use things like facebook to share news, and catch up with our friends, but there, they are going to use it to decide what kind of government they want, get access to health care for the first time ever and connect with family members hundreds of miles away they have not seen in decades. >> what about the how? how do you do this? how developed is the plan? >> we have a rough plan of what we need to do to pull it off, and the plan will evolve over time and we will get better ideas, if you look at the trends, data is becoming more available to people, and apps are more efficient to run and there are new business models to help people get online. >> it's also good for facebook and companies like that, because mobile access to the internet is where the business lies, right? >> if we were just focussed on making money, the
what does 29-year-old mark zuckerberg have planned for his 30s? how is that connecting the entire planet? >> they're going to use it to we the side what kind of government they want. getting a cess to health care for the first time ever, connect with family hundreds of miles away that they haven't seen in decades. >> find out what else. "your money" starts right now. >>> nasdaq shutting down. microsoft steve balmer stepping down. technology rules the world and all this while facebook's mark zuckerberg says he wants to wire the world. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." nasdaq's nightmare put your retirement at riff. it shows once again that the computers run the stock market and humans don't yet know how to manage the risks created by the rise of the machines. so what happens if we wire the world? that's just one of the reasons i headed over to the "new day" set to speak with my colleague in the morning chris cuomo about what he learned from mark zuckerberg this week. you asked him about his new plan to connect the world. he's changed the world once. he wants to do it agai
to come down at 10:00 eastern time. chris lawrence reporting live. >>> still to come, mark zuck zuckerberg is a busy, busy man. >> we just believe that everyone deserves to be connected and on the internet. we are putting a lot of energy towards this. >> facebook's co-founder has a plan while tackling immigration reform in the united states. ♪ [ male announcer ] a family that vacations together, sunscreens together. find a hilton everywhere you want to go with rates as low as $109 per night. book now at >>> talks over immigration reform will likely be on the agenda today between senator marco rubio and facebook ceo and co-founder mark zuckerberg. it was zuckerberg who invited him to the facebook campus in california. pushing immigration reform through an advocacy group he founded. he also has a new plan to get everyone on the entire planet online and he's turning to his competitors to help. cnn "new day" anchor chris cuomo joins me now because you sat down with mark zuckerberg for one interesting conversation. >> carol, i would sit down with you for any reason. i want
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't friended, he was hacked. mark zuckerberg's page was hit. if he's not safe, is anybody safe? we'll show you how to protect your information coming up on "closing bell." in today's markets, a lot can happen in a second. with fidelity's guaranteed one-second trade execution, we route your order to up to 75 market centers to look for the best possible price -- maybe even better than you expected. it's all part of our goal to execute your trade in one second. i'm derrick chan of fidelity investments. our one-second trade execution is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> welcome back. after hitting its worst week of the year, what's next for the dow? on friday, on this program, one of the bigger bulls out there on wall street, ralph, predicted a pretty drastic further decline to come over the next couple of months. listen to what he said. >> i took the downside risks for all 30 dow stocks, and i didn't make this number up, but it came out this way, it came out to 13,333.33. that's about 15% from the top to the b
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. >> coming up, mark zuckerberg has mostly shied away from politics until now. >> this is something that we believe is really important for the future of our country and for us to do what's right. >> why he and other titans of technology are pushing for immigration reform. that's coming up next. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. right now, get a 2013 chevrolet volt for around $269 per month. lecoca-cola is partneringg. with nashville parent and charlotte parent magazines, along with the mayors of those cities, in the fit family challenge. a community wide program that offers free classes that inspire families to get out, enjoy moving together, and even track their activity online. it's part of our goal to inspire more than three million people to rediscover the joy of being active this summer. see the difference all of us can make... t
titan and facebook ceo mark zuckerberg waded into the political and launched himself into the immigration battle. erin pike is here with more. what's this all about? >> reporter: well, he's a ba zil nair but still just in his 20s. it's the first time mark zuckerberg is making a big push to advocate for a political issue. now the pressure is on because everybody is watching to see just how effective he can be. >> please give a warm welcome to mark zuckerberg. >> this 29-year-old multi-billionaire has made his mark in silicon valley. >> this is amazing to see so many people from so many different parts of our community. >> but is the founder of facebook nut face of politics? in san francisco he called for comprehensive immigration reform in opening remarks at the premiere of "documented," a film by his journalist friend jose vargas, an undocumented immigrant. >> i think at that point we realized we were living in two different worlds. >> people always talk about two different parts of the issues. as if they're two completely separate issues. but anyone who knows a dream
hacked into facebook founder mark zuckerberg's personal account. and why. and: the first family the white house. >> more after the break when we come back on kron4 newsweek. >> a high profile republican governor signs a bill that makes new jersey just the second state to ban gay conversion therapy for minors. grant lodes is following this story are tracking the reaction on line. grant? >>amanda mccain you cannot make gay people straight!! we are born this way for a reason and the only people that have a problem with it are straight people who should mind their own business. this kind if therapy is disgusting. leave people alone. way to go gov christie! reply 2 7 minutes ago via mobile for this decision but it makes one wonder: why is it that he still opposes same- sex marriages? amanda mccain you cannot make gay people straight!! we are born this way for a reason and the only people that have a problem with it are straight people who should mind their own business. this kind if therapy is disgusting. leave people alone. way to go gov christie! like reply 4 19 minutes ago via mobile satpal
mark zuckerberg to speak out. >>> new at 10:00, mark zuckerberg stepped up his push for immigration speaking for the first time on the issue. he told the crowd this isn't about fighting for high tech visas. >> reporter: those in the audience here at the yerba buena center for the arts cheered when zuckerberg said this is about comprehensive reform, saying today's dreamers are tomorrow's interpreneuros. >> please give a warm lc to mark zuckerberg. >> reporter: when mark zuckerberg takes the stage, it's usually to talk about technology. but today it was about immigration reform. the tech titan made his case at the premier of a new documentary called. undocumented. the film is based on the real life experience of jose antonio vargas. vargas mother sent him from the philippines to live with his grandmother. he had no idea he was undocumented until he i apdidn' have the right papers. that i was here in america illegally i had to create a different system of reality. >> reporter: vargas has become a prominent face in the fight for immigration reform and now so is zuckerberg. he and his fa
enough and maybe through facebook. >> not a bad idea for senator rubio. here is what mark zuckerberg had to say this morning. >> there are 1 million undocumented people who came here to work hard and contribute to the country. and, you know, i don't think it's quite as polarized as people always say. well, i can't really tell anyone how to legislate. >> who do you think has more influence going into this meeting? because, obviously, facebook is huge, not just domestically but internationally. marco ro marco roux yis on the right. who has nmore influence in this meeting? >> i guess mark zuckerberg's influence would matter the most. i think marco rubio has certainly been influential figure and key to getting it passed in senate and could be key if something is done in the house, depending on how strong his voice is. >> this could mean something with marco rubio having greater aspirations than being a senator, presidential aspirations. deep pockets with facebook and mark zuckerberg. >> we have heard a lot from ted cruz and rand paul and some other tea party folks this past year. marco rubio
at&t solutions can help you do what you do... even better. ♪ >>> new at 10:00, mark zuckerberg stepped up his push for immigration speaking for the first time on the issue. he told the crowd this isn't about fighting for high tech visas. >> reporter: those in the audience here at the yerba buena center for the arts cheered when zuckerberg said this is about comprehensive reform, saying today's dreamers are tomorrow's interpreneuros. >> please give a warm welcome to mark zuckerberg. >> reporter: when mark zuckerberg takes the stage, it's usually to talk about technology. but today it was about immigration reform. the tech titan made his case at the premier of a new documentary called. undocumented. the film is based on the real life experience of jose antonio vargas. vargas mother sent him from the philippines to live with his grandmother. he had no idea he was undocumented until he applied for a driver's permit. >> so when i found out i didn't have the right papers. that i was here in america illegally i had to create a different system of reality. >> reporter: vargas has becom
in court later this month. >>> his status, very public. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg spoke publicly for the first time on an issue he's been working on privately for months. immigration reform. jean elle is live in san francisco where the high-tech giant made his case tonight. and the facebook ceo citing motivationzk to act. >> reporter: mark zuckerberg introduced a film. he told the crowd, that immigration is good for business. but it's important for undocumented children who are facing uncertain futures. as i'm concerned, i'm i'm just waiting for my country to recognize it. award-winning"ifñ journalist, jose antonio vargas is fighting for immigration reform for himself and for millions of others. >> when i found out i didn't have the right papers. >> reporter: at a screening of his film called "documented," ii san francisco, local, state and federal lawmakers sat with undocumented immigrants and silicon valley tech leaders, like mark zuckerberg. >> it shows half of the top tech companies were founded by immigrants. directly. these are issues that don't just touch our part of th
: closing bell ringing in 47 minutes. internet for all. that is the vision. mark zuckerberg launches a new initiative to bring the web to billions more people. people that do not have it in the farthest corners of the world. one of facebook partners in this process. we will talk to them. plus, sonic. showing its schools. in a most unusual way. we will show you how the fast food chain is cooking up a brand new way of attract and college students. stay tuned. ♪ [ male announcer ] imagine this cute blob is metamucil. and this park is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fir in metamucil actually gels to trap some carbs to help maintain healy blood sugar levels. metamucil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fiber. ♪ liz: liberty and internet access for all, that is the vision of facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. he has come up with hi this ideo bring internet access to about 5 billion people around the world who don't already have it. he announced the formation of i cannot believe that was not taken already. and has teamed up with big-name partners. one of them
and investors who enter tech without didn't go through 290-- 2000 crash. mark zuckerberg is representative of that. now we're seeing today's 22-year-old was in junior high or elementary school. during the dotcom bubble. they just have a completely different mind-set. completely unaffected. it's striking, they don't even know what happened it is like a historical. they might as well be reading about the civil war. >> it didn't seem to affect you. >> you know, emotional ups and downsment you go through, a roller coaster. >> tell me what the downs were. >> the downs, i mean i have come to expect it. you know, i'm a big believer there is never as-- it is always somewhere in the middle. but no, i mean look, literally onier you're being told that you are like-- the next year you're being told that you done. >> netscape, what you did at netscape was phenomenal where. is netscape today. >> it doesn't prevent the other-- it doesn't prevent the other side of the story. i just love being in the industry. so i don't have a problem with it. i plan nobody this industry for the rest of my life. >> it had
with facebook founder mark zuckerberg. what do you do when you've already connected 1 billion people around the world, what could you do to top that? wait until you hear what mr. zuckerberg plans to do next in our broadcast exclusive. >>> plus google reportedly meeting with the nfl. is the internet giant ready to shell out $1 billion or more to start broadcasting football games? [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an inf
like a zuckerberg, a big liberal. mark zuckerberg. come on. might be giving you money right now. donating? >> no. he ought to. i hope he watches this show. >> probably dangling money to some conservatives but the idea that mark zuckerberg wants comprehensive reform for some purely humanitarian set of reasons, why does he really want the foreign workers in the country, not just the high skilled but a whole pool of workers. >> the high skilled industries and the economy are very interested in having more talent. i am, too. the reason why immigration is important is the same reason it built the country in the past. people didn't think the guys that showed up 100 years ago or 50 years ago would be assets to the country. they have been. and when people come to the country, they become americans, they become productive workers. >> not all of them. that's the main -- what's happening now is quite different from what happened 50 years ago. a lot of people are working for drug cartels, a lot of people i have -- wreaked havoc on communities and a lot of people are working but illegally an
. >>> mark zuckerberg's own facebook account was hacked. it was done by a person who wanted to prove the company has a security flaw. it let's someone post on someone's wall without being their friend. he tried top alert the facebook security team so he posted something about the problem on his page. the company called him and asked him for more information. facebook says the member has been fixed. >>> a man accused rioting made it easy fore the police to track him down. they say they he liked a picture of himself on a police facebook page. they posted p photos of two dozen suspects of this riot and they were hoping for the help on identifying the suspects. they didn't expect a friend and he liked it and sent a photo o owe of himself sitting on police car. >>> two crew members were killed when a jet went down in alabama. it was operating on auto pilot seconds before the crash. it remained engaged even though it signalled an alert that it was dropping too quickly. it's not clear whether they tried to regain altitude. >>> the coastal commission oversees access on the coastline. a bill
there. >>> just ahead, he revolutionized social media. now mark zuckerberg talks one-on-one about his world changing idea. >> a lot of people think lit be challenging to connect five billion people too. it is. i think it's one of the biggest problems of my generation to get everyone in the world to have internet access. grrrr ahhh let's leave the deals to oh my gosh this is so cool... awesome! perfect! save up to 30% plus an extra 12% off with coupon... now until labor day. only at i don't always have time to eat like i should. that's why i like glucerna shakes. they have slowly digestible carbs to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [ male announcer ] glucerna. helping people with diabetes find balance. >>> mr. facebook focusing on his next big idea involving the entire world. >> you wouldn't expect anything less from this guy. he's worth $17 billion. i don't have an account. he created it in his dorm room at harvard. zuckerberg rarely speaks to the media but he spoke one-on-one. >> reporter: when you visit the facebook campus you get the sense that anything is p
, co-founder of pay pal. founder of tm blrx ler, mark an creasean and mark zuckerberg. >> i think the next five years now you are connected to all these people, now can you have a better music listening, movie watching experience, see what your friends are reading and learn what news you should read first. all of these things i think are going to get better. and that's the thing i'm most excited about for the next five years. and if we do well i think five years from now people will really look back and say wow, over the last five years all these products have now gotten better because i'm not doing the stuff alone, i'm doing it with my friends. >> rose: some of the most innovative people from silicon valley next. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following:. >> additional funding provided by these funder it's captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. he is a co-founder of pay pal, one of the most creative entrepreneurs in all of silicon valley. in 1998 he started paypal with peter tiel and elan musk, four ye
. facebook's mark zuckerberg plans to speak at an invitation only event in san francisco monday. meanwhile, california republicans are defying their own party's leaders. pressing for reform in congress. it's becoming quite a coalition. carl, start with mark zuckerberg, start with, he created. what role are they having? how is it different from other advocacy groups? >> it is different. founded by a guy, 29-year-old guy in theho hoody, one of the richest people on the planet. he made an effort with john green, former roommate down at harvard to get into the immigration debate in a way that is really getting at tension of law makers. why. these guys are worth so much money. starting to give money in the political process. there is, you know in the beginning, lot of people thought silicone valley. it is all about high -- skilled immigration visas. now they're starting to braen it. this event in san francisco will be watched nationally. they'll be sifgt in the audience wi -- they'll be sifting in the audience with dreamers, day laborers, the are gaumegument he in collusive. a real c
mention no suspension for bartolo cologne. other 12 have been suspended 50 gims. >> mark zuckerberg is speaking tonight in a screening of a new movie called "documented" about young immigrants who came with their parents to the u.s.. >> a diverse crowd here, you're talking about gardeners sitting next to political activists. it's all about immigration reform. immigration reform not just a hot button issue to jose antonio vargas, hióçw3:p 6h personal story. >> here to talk about immigration it's not about the feds, republican or democrat but family. and the fact families are separated. >> i just moved to america from the philippines. i was going to win a freaking spelling bee. >> in the new movie "documented" he tells his story and that of other so called dreamer who's grew up in america without legal status. vargas sent by his mom from the philippines to live with grandparents in mountain view. he found ought out at age 16 he was here illegally. now, 32 a pulitzer prize-winning journalist skpun documented he hopes his movie adds tolt debate it personalizes and humanizes an issue t
all that. >> plus the facebook page of mark zuckerberg gets hacked. why he says they were doing facebook users a big favor. >> this is ktvu channel 2, morning news. >> good morning, here's a live picture at the entrance to the port of oakland and those are truckers out on the picket lines this morning. the issue they're trying to bring attention to, that's coming up in a few minutes. good morning, pam cook, august 19th. >> good morning. there's a fire danger in the pay area. steve? >>> possible lightning and clouds building up in and around, it goes to wednesday. thunder shower activity. this will not be widespread, it will be hit or miss. it will be impact of lightning and possible fire. it will be slamdunk in northeast california. it's wrapping back towards us. it looks like it's pushing into the pacific, slightly cooler, especially the coast. it's partly sunny skies and partly cloudy. look at it, 70, fairfield, livermore and san francisco, a west whipped picking up. a lot of cloud cover comes off the mother load or central sierra. some of that could move back off of us. the f
. >>> a computer programmer is getting job offers after he hacked mark zuckerberg's personal page. he discovered a way to post to someone's time line without being a friend and demonstrated on mark zuckerberg's page. facebook would typically face 500 bucks when exposing a clip but not when privacy concerns violated. >>> san diego mayor promised to return to work today but he was a no show. he spent two weeks in therapy after a dozen women went public with sexual harassment accusation. the city counsel called on him to resign. he had indicated he would be back on the job today. no word on where he was or if he intends to return tomorrow. >>> chrischris christie -- chris christie signed a law banning conversion therapy. the ban prevents license therapists from trying to change minor's sexual orientation. the governor believes people are born gay and home sexuality is not a sin. california is the only other state that bans the therapy. >>> a drag queen performer has died. he appeared in the 1950s at the famous black cat cafe. the first openly gay political candidate running in 1961. he had been ill
. as founder of facebook, mark zuckerberg, this is on paige, hgets his own lessen the hacker had this sense of facebook users is coming up next. >> you also hear more 911 calls made to the emergency dispatchers and by the five women were killed inside of the limo. >> those stories and more on úo >> the good morning. i am gabe slate. the one person that you what they could not be hacked it has happened. that is the message that the hacker intended. this is a brief warning for all facebook users. >> kahleel shatetah is at 30 year-old palestinian information technology specialist. he uncovered a security breach in face but that no one else has. it is a bug that allows anyone suppose any thing to anyone's page. this is a huge security hole. if stammers or advertisers get a hold of this they could take advantage. >> this is a dangerous it will allow people to make public adds without pain money. >> kahleel < yatah south of hebron on the west bank where he is currently unemployed. >> facebook has a white hat program that offers cash rewards to hackers who find bugs. he tried many times to do wit
, facebook founder mark zuckerberg tries to making the internet fit through a smaller pipe. he will explain coming up in business and tech. >>> high fire danger continues, red flag warning in place for the north bay and a flash flood watch for tahoe. let you know when the humidity will decrease along with that fire threat and i've got a cooler weekend forecast for you, when nbc bay area news at 11:00 comes right back. ♪ too big. ♪ too soft. too small. ♪ mmm! ♪ too happy. ♪ [ male announcer ] at progresso, we've got a passion for quality. because you've got a passion for taste. >>> an out-of-control truck launches over a michigan highway overpass and you can't see it land but it does crash into a creek below. the driver was rescued from the car by fire crews and then taken to a nearby hospital. he was reportedly conscious and able to speak during his rescue. he is expected to survive. two sheriff deputies will be awarded tonight for saving an elderly couple's life. in it, you can see deputies responding to a house fire in saratoga in june. you see the fire off to the distance in th
but there are still about 5 billion others who don't even have internet access. how mark zuckerberg and other tech leaders are trying to bridge the gap. >> a lot of homeowners don't fall through the cracks, they fall through the crevices. >> a big bank gives a woman one day to move out. how she fought back and won by exposing a big mistake. ,,,,,,you don't need to camp out ,,,,,,you don't need to camp out 'til labor day to reward yourself! get 48 months interest-free financing on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection. not to labor the point... but this sale won't last long! ♪ mattress discounters! industrial average. it fell more than a hundred points. its worst losing streak in than a year. the s-and-p 50d >>> a sixth straight down day for the dow jones industrial average. it fell more than 100 points, its worst losing streak in more than a year. the s&p 500 and nasdaq also limped into the close and finished the day lower. >>> a bank's mistake forces an oakland woman from her home. sue kwon on the consumerwatch with the story of how she fought back and won. >>> reporter: it's moving day for
nixon after a major speech about water gate. >> ambitious plan ceo mark zuckerberg has to get billions of people online. and nothing to do with races. >> michael fin gee taking your questions on twitter and facebook as always, will answer them here live just a little bit later. you can contact michael on and on twitter at m finney. >> taking a look at traffic right now on the golden gate bridge look at the sky. gorgeous afternoon. traffic moving smoothly. we'll be back with >>> a baggage handler convicted of stealing items from luggage is ordered to pay restitution to victims. a judge ordered george reyes to pay 32,000ses today 21 victims. reyes worked for united air lines until being caught in may. the a35-year-old pleaded guilty this month, now, he's serving a six-no mo jail sentence. >> apple loses it's hold on china google is looking into getting into the football game. >> cory johnson is here outside again, cory. >> yes, why not? beautiful day. you know you'll get to in just a moment but as far as hewlett-packard reporting third quarter earningses, the pc maker manag
an exploit in the facebook software, discovered from all around the world. >> bag news for mark zuckerberg. >> time to hand you over. >> a cautionary tale in there somewhere but i'm not quite sure what it is. it is time to perfectly justify the suspension of david maranda, said to be acting as courier for the u.s. intelligence whistleblower. a documentary filmmaker was working out of germany. complicit in treason or a case of shoot the messenger? it draws sudden attention to the uk's stake in the standoff with u.s. authorities and a broader argument of the way authorities are abusing anti-terror laws to cyber snoop on anyone who owns a cell phone around the world. with us is the labour member of parliament. welcome back. we welcome joshua faust from america. the french chapter of amnesty international, he writes for french news and a contributor to the tech 24 show here. and the observatory of the black golf and mediterranean seas. you can join the conversation on facebook and on twitter where the #f2 for debate -- #f24debate. >> he spent nine hours being questioned, treated as a terror su
to record highs. the dow is down 114. the nasdaq down 28. s&p down 10. >>> facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg is speaking out in favor of comprehensive immigration reform. >> please give a warm welcome to mark zuckerberg. >> he appeared last night in san francisco for a screening of a movie based on the real- life experience of an illegal immigrant in the u.s. he says this goes beyond just getting more high-tech visas for foreign workers in silicon valley. >> this is something we believe is really important for the future of our country and for us to do what's right. >> you always need high-profile people to get on board. it adds value to it. it's not just what you might say the little people doing it, and that's what's gonna make this successful. >> zuckerberg along with a former roommate created this to push for comprehensive immigration reform. >>> we're following breaking news about former president george w. bush. ktvu's pam cook is in the newsroom to tell us what's happening this morning. >> former george w. bush is recovering after having heart surgery. a spokesman for the 67-year-old
-faced today because the facebook page of mark zuckerburg, yes, the mark zuckerberg, it was hacked. if his page isn't safe, is anyone's? it's yet another blow to internet privacy and security, and we'll have much more on that story still to come on today's program. >> scary stuff. let's check the markets as we approach the final stretch. the final hour of the day, the dow jones industrials average near the worst levels, down 41 1/2 points, .25% lower at 15,46r 39. the nasdaq, also looking at losses, fractional move. let's look, down a fraction on nasdaq. even though it's the lows of the day, we're still looking at just a modest move. 3,602 on nasdaq. s&p 500 has a similar chart pattern as we approach the close. down about 6 points, .33%, bill. ♪ turn out the lights >>> stocks so far not able to mount a comeback following the market's worst week of the year. bob pisani living and breathing the action as he always does here on the trading floor of the new york stock exchange. how's it looking here, bob? >> reporter: i was hyperventilating earlier, because put out the 10-year, as we hit 2.9, get
. >>gabe: the one person you thought could never be hacked was. mark zuckerberg ergs of facebook page was packed. we will have details coming up. welcome back to the kron4 morning news. at 426 we are focusing on our forecast. pretty quiet weather as we take a look from our mount tam cam. in a lightning strikes we do see are well to our south. we still have a red flag warning in effect. the potential for dry thunderstorms exist into the afternoon and evening hours. we will continue with that chance of thunderstorms. but thursday we return to requite weather. footage of what to expect. the 7 day around the bay coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>anny: well the one person in the world who you would think could never get hacked has a bin. mark zuckerberg facebook page was broken into and someone posted a message on his wall. if the founder is not safe enough of us are pretty gabe slate reports. >>: >>gabe: this is a huge security hole. kahleel nshatetah is a 30 year-old palestinian information technology specialist. he uncovered a security breach in facebook that no one else has. it'
. but "the washington post" had a deal to buy in one of the early rounds of facebook, and mark zuckerberg asked him to give it to excel partners. he was honorable and did what mark wanted. but the wp if they were very aggressive had an opportunity to be in early in facebook and those shares would have been worth billions. >> you have another billionaire red sox other than john henry paid $70 million for the "boston globe." people like him, bezos, warren buffett. are newspapers the playthings for the very rich? or are they taking them on as a serious investment or content is king? >> i think that content is king what you can do with these brand names. "the washington post" is a tremendous brand name. you know, john henry actually got it for not even $70 million because there were $110 million pension fund. so it was worth $40 million in losses for "the new york times" to move it along, which is kind of interesting if you think about it. >> the delivery of content is an important area. if they can manage to keep these loss ors make them -- you know, the cash flow is positive. some of these
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